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Morrell & Company
The Wine Emporium, Ltd.
Briarcliff Manor, New York

​Owner: Morrell and Company the Wine Emporium, Ltd.

Size: 45,000 square feet; Site: 9.4 acres

Project Team

Site/Civil/Landscaping: JMC Site Development Consultants

Structural: McLaren Engineering Group

Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing: Bala Consulting Engineers

General Contractor: Sciullo Construction Corp

Program and Design:  Originally designed as a data center for a major airline, the long-vacant building was adaptively renovated into a state-of-the-art wine storage facility with accessory offices and retail wine store.  A new loading dock was constructed along with new vertical transportation.  A sophisticated climate control system was designed to maintain strict temperature and humidity levels optimum for wine storage.

Photography: Peter Krupenye

Eddystone Industrial Center
Eddystone, Pennsylvania

Owner/Developer: Industrial Park Development Company

Size: 383,000 square feet; Site: 43.7 acres

Project Team

Structural: David Seymour, PE

Electrical/Plumbing: Richard G. Kosowski, PE

General Contractor: The Carroll Company

Program and Design:  Originally constructed as a World War II munitions factory, two buildings were demolished to their structures and adaptively re-used as a multi-tenant warehouse and manufacturing facility.  Site circulation was re-imagined, and 54 loading docks were constructed.  To power the historic manufacturing systems, steam boilers fed turbines to generate electricity to power the entire campus.  The original 10,000 square foot load-bearing masonry powerhouse no longer served a purpose but was providing structural support and stability to the entire structure.  To demolish the powerhouse, new structural steel framing was installed.  The building facades were replaced with a combination of split-face concrete masonry units, corrugated metal panels, and translucent fiber panels.  A massive, 200-ton, missile nose cone form artifact was salvaged and used as a site sculpture at the entrance to the property.

Photography: Rich Dunoff

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